The 17th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is pleased to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science and The Hokkaido University Museum. This event is organized as a part of the internationalization activities of the Faculty of Science and is intended for non-specialists. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. They welcome all students, faculty members, and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Banks, Dr. Steve Webb of the Cawthron Institute, Nelson, New Zealand and Suong Thao Nguyen, Ph. D. candidate, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Title: Identifying novel parasites in economically important oysters in New Zealand and Japan Time and Date: … Continued

The 16th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is pleased to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science and The Hokkaido University Museum. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. They welcome all students, faculty members, and others who are interested in science. The event is intended for non-specialists. Speaker: Dr. Virginia Toy, Senior Lecturer, Department of Geology, University of Otago Title: Earthquakes and geothermal resources related to New Zealand’s Alpine Fault Time and Date: Fri. July 14,  5:30 pm- Venue: 1st Floor, Seminar Room, The Hokkaido University Museum *Admission Free / No registration is required.      

The 15th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science and The Hokkaido University Museum. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Dr. ALEX PETTITT , Assistant Professor, Institute for International Collaboration Title: The Shape of Our Galaxy Time and Date: Fri., May12,  2017, 17:30-18:30 Venue: 1sy Floor, Seminar Room, The Hokkaido University Museum

Talk Event: Women, Gender and Development

IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by Division of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Office for International Academic Support (OIAS), and Support Office for Female Researchers (FResHU). Please note this event will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Title: Women, Gender and Development: The Philippine Experience Speaker: Prof. Amelia Guevara, University of the Philippines Diliman Date: Monday, February 13, 2017 Time 16:30-17:30 Venue: Room N-308, 3rd Floor, Main Building (Hokkaido University Museum), Faculty of Science Inquiry: OIAS(Tel: 2915)

The 13th &14th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science, Arctic Research Center and the Hokkaido University Museum. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. sh. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Dr. Steve Vance (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA at Caltech, USA) Venue: 1st Floor,  Seminar Room, The Hokkaido University Museum Title and schedule: “NASA’s Mission to Europa, A Potentially Habitable Ocean World” Thursday, January 19, 2016, 5:30PM  “Vital Signs: Seismology of Europa and Other Ocean Worlds”   Friday, January 20, 2016, 2:00PM

GiFT2016

GiFT2016 is an online forum for world students, standing for Global Issues Forum for Tomorrow. The event distributes 2 hour live broadcast on YouTube from 8 p.m. on Sunday, November 27, 2016. The discussion themes for this years are “How can you reduce your garbage?” and “What actions are you taking to respond to global warming?”. You can join the discussion on Facebook before the broadcasting! GiFT is one of the exciting events of the Sustainability Weeks that high school and college students can exchange opinions via YouTube Live and an online discussion forum. The Sustainability Weeks is part of the Hokkaido University’s annual social contribution to help create a sustainable society. From Graduate … Continued

Study Engineering in Europe!!

IAOE is excited to share the details of another informative event. This upcoming event encourages engineering students who would like to study abroad and experience internship. This event specifically focuses on internship and exchange program in Europe. It will also provide you the opportunity to learn the experiences of the two engineering students who studied abroad in Europe (UK and Italy)!  Please find the details from HERE. Date and Time: Tuesday, December 8, 2015  16:30 -18:00 Venue: School of Engineering, 1st Floor, Classroom B11 Registrationa and Fee: Not required!

Ainu Culture Workshop

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We are pleased to inform you an upcoming event titled “Ainu Workshop” which is coordinated by Hokkaido University International Women’s Club. Ainu Artist ToyToy (Mr.Motoi Ogawa) will introduce you  traditional culture of Ainu people. Please find the details from HERE. This is Admission-free event and children are also welcome! Date and Time: Tuesday, December 15, 2015  10:30 -12:00 Venue: Centennial Hall   1F Registration and Deadline:  Please send an e-mail  by Monday, December 14th 2015  If you have any inquiries please also contact the same address.

Lifesaving Training Course (CPR & AED)

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If you would like to learn CPR and how to use AED, this is a great opportunity! This training course is held by Kita Fire Station Kohoku Branch Office, Local Fire Fighters of Tessei Area, and Office of International Affairs, Hokkaido University. An English translator will be provided. After the completion of the course, you will receive a certification. Please find a flyer and more details from HERE! Date & Time: Wednesday, December 9th, 2015 16:30-18:00 Location:  Office of International Affairs-Student Lounge (1st Floor) Registration: Please send an e-mail to the International Support Desk  (Check details) Limited to first 20 participants!!

Japanese Traditional New Year’s Games-Event Invitation-

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IAOE would like announce the upcoming event that you can learn about some Japanese traditional New Year’s games. The games such as Hagoita and Fukuwarai are the typical ones to play during New Year’s holiday. This event organized by Sapporo International Communication Plaza SKY and Office of International Affairs, Hokkaido University will also provide you the opportunity to try some Mochi (Rice cake) and also draw and write a New year postcard. Please find a flyer and more details from HERE! Date & Time: Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 11:30-13:30 Location:  Office of International Affairs-Lobby and Student Room

2015 English FD program

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We are pleased to inform you that 2015 English FD program organized by Educational and Career Planning Office & English Engineering Education Program (e3)will be held as shown below. This year, two British professors from the University of Tsukuba, Medical English Communication Center will talk about programs assisting internalization of their faculty and will conduct a workshop on using peer-to-peer instruction in the classroom. Free Admission! Date & Time: Friday, November  20、13:00~16:30 Venue: Academic Lounge 1&2 Title: Internationalization and teaching in English: Experiences from Tsukuba Lecturers: Flaminia Miyamasu, Associate professor in English for Medical Purposes (EMP), University of Tsukuba Institutes of Medicine (2003 to present) Thomas Mayers, Assistant professor in … Continued

GiFT2015

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GiFT2015 is an online forum for world students, standing for Global Issues Forum for Tomorrow. The event distributes 1.5 hours live broadcast on YouTube Live from 8 p.m. on November 8, 2015. This year’s topic is “How can we deal with sharp global environmental changes?” GiFT marks the fifth anniversary this year. It is one of the exciting events of the Sustainability Weeks, which is an annual gathering Hokkaido University has been hosting since 2007. The Sustainability Weeks is part of the Hokkaido University’s annual social contribution to help create a sustainable society. This year, 4 Hokkaido University students will moderate the event. A message from one of the moderators, … Continued

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